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December 30, 2013
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What are people interested in? Readers look for news stories about immigration, health and the world around them. The year 2013 will not go down in the history books as a year of great success for the economy and U.S. achievement. Still, it is the people who matter. People mastering a new language and making their way in society are  strong forces in our country.  As always, individuals will solve the problems created by a great political system that did not have a good year. Happy New Year!

Nelson Mandela and the Resettlement of the United States

Eat, Gain Weight and Still Be Healthy

A Joyful Road to Health

Undocumented Latinos Using Bodega Clinics

Is Your Child’s High School Producing College Students?

Immigration Reform Split on Citizenship

Pope Francis is Named Time Magazine Man of the Year

Undocumented Residents Not Worrying About Health Care Web Site

New Link Between Insomnia and Depression

Fasting is New Way to Lose Weight

 

 

 

 

 

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